California rockers JETBOY debuted three new songs during their performance at the at the M3 Rock Festival, which was held this past Saturday (May 30) at the Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, Maryland. All three tracks — "Perfectly Wrong", "Dog's Gotta Roam" and "Goin' Down From Above the Clouds" — will appear on the band's new CD, which is currently being recorded for a late 2009 release.Performance footage of two of the new songs can be viewed below. JETBOY last year announced the addition of drummer Doug Hovan to the group's ranks. Hovan replaced Jeff Moscone, who left the band to focus on a host of new projects. Doug Hovan brings with him a lengthy pedigree that includes a stint in SWAY, as well as playing with musicians such as Danny West (VAIN), Ron Yokum (SEAHAGS) and John Torres (LAAZ ROCKET). Doug's accomplishments in the area of songwriting include the tune "Rosegarden", which appeared in the film "The Water Dance", starring Wesley Snipes. JETBOY last year completed a successful summer tour that saw the band play Rocklahoma, Rock The Bayou and the South Texas Rock Fest.
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